Pioneer Park is the oldest park in Walla Walla, established in 1902. Many features make this a great park for everyone; duck pond, aviary, playground, gazebo, small rose garden, and trees. Lots and lots of beautiful old trees.
The aviary was pretty cool. One area had separate enclosures with pairs of pheasant from all over the world. It was very shady so pictures were hard to take. All we ever see in pheasants are the brown ones with long tails. These were so colorful and beautiful. Then the aviary hosted all kinds of different ducks, geese, black swans, red winged blackbirds, a pair of white pea cock/hen, and many more. It was all fenced/netted with a walkway around it. To see something like this in a public park was really amazing.
Where Did I Go? - Faith and I use the Life 360 tracking app so we know where each other is. I like to know when she's arrived at her destinations and visa versa. One morni...
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